Wed, 18 April 2007
This wednesday we'll be rocking out at ( s p a c e ) in a new venue. Come out for a boogie & get your fix till the weekend! See you there...
Event: ( s p a c e )
DJs... Rob a.k.a. "el gringo," Adam, Meagan.
When: 18 April 2007
Charge: 0 yen
Photo of Tokyo Panic Living Studios taken last night in Kagurazaka (or somewhere thereabouts). And no, I'm not on a diet, but that was in the fridge and just needed to be cleaned up! Will edit & add links later. Ben, I might edit part of what we recorded today and put it up tomorrow. And of course I meant Learn Japanese. Gomen ne! Gotta run!!
p.s. I realized a bit too late that not only did I have my Wednesday and Thursday schedules switched around, but that I hadn't paid my cell phone bill either. That meant I didn't send my usual e-mail invites out. Sorry if anyone was sitting around with nothing to and was just waiting for an excuse to go out!
Posted by Rob.
Wed, 18 April 2007
Hans and I speak our very own brand of Portuguese for about a minute. Then we switch back to the English channel and talk about the Tour of Georgia and the Paris-Roubaix bicycle races. We weren't there this year, but every year, whether we see it on TV, follow it online, or read about it the next day in the papers, it's as if we were there. Then the brothers take a walk down (our rather hazy) memory lane and try to piece together the history of American cycling on the European continent, particularly the 7-Eleven-sponsored team which later became Lance Armstrong's Motorola team. This was before he switched to the French Cofidis team and before he was diagnosed with cancer. Armstrong later joined the US Postal team which was a descendant of Coach Eddie Borysewicz's Subaru-Montgomery team. That team is now sponsored by Discovery Communications.
Collage by Rob. Posted by Rob.
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